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Where to Eat in London During Frieze 2016

By Whitewaller

September 29, 2016

In town for Frieze London 2016, and already craving delectable snacks from the city’s prized restaurants? If so, we’ve got a special list of restaurants in the city to help guide you from breakfast to lunch, and from dinner to dessert. To see more recommendations on lifestyle, art, and culture happenings in the city this week, download our Whitewaller app—available on iTunes.

Craft London

Craft London is an elegant café, restaurant, cocktail bar, and shop, offering up world-class products and a one-of-a-kind atmosphere. The British restaurant, located on the first floor and led by Chef Stevie Parle, sources produce from local farmers, and its cool blue interior is fit for a delightful meal.

Open Gallery

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Whitewaller Recommends: A la carte menu.

Open Gallery

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Suvlaki originated in 2015 as an authentic grill for delicious Greek street food. The Athenian restaurant has 34 seats for guests to enjoy a popular menu by Chef Elias Mamalakis and Consultant Chef Alfred Prasad. Enjoy Ouzo snacks, sides, main dishes, and desserts in the comfort of Greek-born, London-based designer Afroditi Krassa’s exquisitely designed interior space.

Whitewaller Recommends: Baked feta dish. Lambchops. “Samos to Soho” dessert.

Open Gallery

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Black Roe
Black Roe, specially serving an a la carte menu, lunch, and desserts, is a true London gem with a menu based off of Hawaiian concepts. With poke bowls, dishes made on Kaiwe wood grills, and seafood appetizers, Black Roe stuns with surprising dishes.

Whitewaller Recommends: Coffee Negroni cocktail. Pacific Rim set lunch.

A Yakitori restaurant located in the heart of Dalston, Jidori gains its name from a Japanese chicken. As guests can imagine, the restaurant’s poultry dishes are delectable, and the center Kama-Asa Shoten grill attracts quite the crowd. With an open kitchen, Jidori serves lunch and dinner, Omakase, small plates, Yikatori, and desserts.

Whitewaller Recommends: Chicken Katsu Curry lunch dish (available Wed-Fri).

Once home to the Royal Institute of British Architects and the London Atelier of Christian Dior, sketch is an attraction of its own. With restaurants and bars, and a variety of art, music, and film events happening frequently, sketch consists of the Lecture Room & Library, the Parlour, the Glade, the East Bar, and the Gallery.

Whitewaller Recommends: Afternoon tea at The Gallery—Mon-Sun, 12:30-4:30 PM.

Berners Tavern
Located inside of Ian Schrager’s The London EDITION, Berners Tavern was launched by chef and restaurateur Jason Atherton in 2013. Inspired by the traditions of Great Britain, sample dishes are savory and colorful. Above Berners Tavern is a private dining room—a perfect space to enjoy the all-day dining menu.

Whitewaller Recommends: Colchester crab dish.

To read more about Frieze London 2016, pick up the latest copy of Whitewaller in London next week.

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